Q2 what steps taken to utilize biodegradable waste and recycle non biodegradable waste?
Biodegradable waste is animal or plant matter that breaksdown naturally with exposure of microorganisms, heat and oxygen. People usebidegradable waste for recycling into the nutrient-rich usable substance which also called composting. This substance can be added to the soil to make it better for growth of plants. Non-biodegradable waste is waste which cannot bebroken down naturally such as biodegradable waste. Main examples are plastic, metal and glass. Some non-biodegradable waste like used rubber tires and plastic can be burned at combustion facilities. Most of these facilities use the heat generated by incineration to make energy in the form of steam or electricity, which reduces their demand for other nonrenewable resources, including coal and petroleum. Landfills provide long-term storage fornon-biodegradable waste. Ideally, landfills are carefully situated to prevent contamination from entering surrounding soil and water, and managed to reduce odor and pests as much as possible. Scrap seems to melting. Also some waste disposed in the depths of the sea.